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lines all across the bay ar. part two of the storm is pag a big punch. good afternoon, i'm frank mallicoat. the rivers are rising and creeks are overflowing. it's part 2 of the storm packing a big punch. good afternoon. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. already today homes are flooded, properties damaged. this is only the second of three big storms. >> cbs 5 hi-def doppler tracking the storm and making sense of it all. one busy guy today our meteorologist lawrence karnow. it's nonstop from the get-go because it's a slow-moving storm. it's different than the last one that moved through. urban and small stream flood advisory for most of the bay area except napa and sonoma counties. we have to watch out for flooding in the san jose area. they continue to see rain coming down there. moderate to heavy rain. they are not the only ones. east bay seeing plenty of rain,
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as well. but we are starting to get an idea we may be getting toward the back side but the rainfall is impressive. this is about the last 12 hours. almost 8" of rain in venado in the north bay, over 7" and counting in mount umunum in the santa cruz mountains, over 3" in santa rosa an inch in san francisco, 1.47" in concord, 1.19" in san jose. we are seeing the become side of this coming up here. another storm on the way will bring heavy rain and flooding. we'll keep our eyes on that for you. >> thank you. a cbs 5 team is out in the storm. we have cate caugiran on the ground in san francisco where trees have caused quite a bit of damage. but first let's check in with roberta gonzales in the east bay where floodwaters are rising. roberta. >> reporter: it's not just the rivers that are rising across the bay area, michelle.
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no, we are here in pleasanton. besides our el nino year of 1997, 1998, i have never seen such widespread flooding. i brought this tape to see how deep it is here and it's over a foot and a half of ponding on this road. this is crazy. i have to tell you, i started hearing the raindrops off my rooftop right after midnight and this rain has not let up all cause by the low pressure to the west causing a training effect. the rain just keeps steadily moving in as lawrence was alluding to, we have more rain coming sow what are they doing here in the bay area? they are turning on the drains and starting to try to get all of this water out of this particular parking lot before more water moves back in. now, if you want to just see how much more rain is going to be moving into your neighborhood, it's easy. check out our live high-def
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doppler radar at cbssf.com/weather. you can even maneuver the radar and see how it is shaping up in your neighborhood. but again, we have more happening in and around the bay area. this is mobile weather right now here in the east bay but let's go to cate caugiran in san francisco. >> reporter: well, roberta, i am on alemany boulevard just off 280 where this road is blocked and i'm going to show you why. it is flooded. the water is basically just as close to my knees. this was one of the bits of aftermath we saw when we were chasing mother nature's storm actually it was not the worst. this is not the way you want to start your friday. >> just watch out for whatever you park under. >> reporter: san francisco police blocked off pine street between laguna and buchanan as the fire department got to work trimming that tree. and we're not talking holiday
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style. oversaturated ground gave way causing this tree to cash on a mercedes east of a pacific heights neighborhood that gets the brunt of bad storms. >> to make sure everybody is safe so we don't have trees on houses or something like that. it didn't hurt anybody, but it could be a lot worse. >> reporter: the wet weather caused problems on the highways. slick roads caused a few morning commute accidents and flooding shut down some major stretches of highway. >> i don't think people are really prepared sometimes for these storms that we get. >> reporter: this storm also cut out the lights for more than 10,000 bay area customers. as we saw here in the outer sunset neighborhood early this morning. the most important thing the bay area needs to remember, it's not over yet. this weekend is expected to bring more wet weather and if this is a preview of what's to come, get ready. >> just be careful. anything can happen as we can
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see. >> reporter: frank, michelle, get a look at how deep this water is. imagine driving your car through this. you would definitely not see your way out. the rain is still coming here on alemany boulevard so there's no telling when this road will reopen and we'll have to brace ourselves for another round of storms. live in san francisco, back to you in the studio. >> thank you. pg&e crews are work nonstop to keep the lights on for bay area customers. right now, there are some 13,000 people without service. the majority of those are in the north bay and in the santa cruz mountains and santa cruz county. commuters in the north bay had to make their way through high water, mud and debris this morning. this was the scene in sonoma county. when more rain comes tomorrow, you can expect the same scene if not worse. and be sure and stay right here on cbs 5 and online at cbssf.com where you can get
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your own personal look at our hi-def doppler in your neighborhood, cbssf.com/weather. developing news of monte sereno a quiet neighborhood shaken early this morning after a couple is attached and robbed. one person is dead and another was sent to the hospital. now anne makovec reports. >> reporter: on a windy road police got a call from a woman who lives in the area saying someone broke into her home while she and her husband were sleeping ransack the house and atagging the couple. the police got there at 1:45 a.m. the husband wa dead. the woman taken to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. the investigation is just beginning. >> there is concern that the weather is going to change
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evidence. so we're working hard to collect any evidence that's there if there is evidence outside the home. >> reporter: at this point, police don't know if this was a targeted attack on a random robbery that turned deadly. >> oriented towards taking property or if some issue that they had with these folks individually. >> reporter: so far police have not released any suspect information. they haven't said if there was one perpetrator or more nor what if any weapons were used in the crime. no arrest have been made. >> to have this happen this close to home in this type of community, i'm taken aback by this. >> reporter: anne makovec, cbs 5. a cabin fire near fairfax claimed the life of one person this morning around 170. marin county firefighters say they dragged 700 feet of hose up the driveway and managed to put the fire out quickly but the cabin was destroyed. the sheriff's office is expected to release the victim's identity soon. near san francisco two families are picking up the
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pieces after the early-morning fire that left them without a home on 35th avenue around 5:00 this morning. firefighters battled the blaze in the rain. they say nobody was injured. san francisco city hall is preparing for a possible crowd of same-sex couples seeking marriage licenses. if the u.s. supreme court announces that it will take up california's gay marriage debate, weddings could become legal within days. the court is due to post a list of cases that it plans to review. if the prop 8 case is on that list it would be decided by next summer. but if the justices opt not to hear it, an appeals court ruling against prop 8 would stand. supporters say if their appeal fails it would go against the wilf california voters. >> if the court denver the appeal and marriages resume that's a huge historic day in california. if the court hears the case, we believe we'll have that huge historic day. it will just take place a
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little farther down the road next june. >> and keep it here on cbs 5. we'll let you know as soon as there's word from the supreme court. and still ahead as the big storm bears down, are you covered by simply having insurance? it isn't always enough and what you have to do to make sure your claims are paid. >> and a random act of kindness catches the world off guard. now this moment in manhattan is going viral online. >> scorpions still have the stingers in them but they are dry. so the poison is neutralized. >> a plateful of worms with a side order of flies, please. sounds gross. but these bugs are part of a growing health movement. the creepy crawly details coming up. stay right there. ,, ,, ,,
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i just looked down at this gentleman's feet and could see blisters. it was cold so i had to do something. >> that he did. an officer's act of kindness that has gone viral on youtube. an arizona tourist snapped this photo from an officer in new york city giving a barefoot man a new pair of boots. it's received a half million likes on the facebook page. the officer keeps the receipt with him to remind him there are always people who need help. all this rain is damaging homes and cars across the bay area and with another storm brewing there is no doubt there's a lot more to come. flooding and falling debris can cost you a lot especially if
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you're not properly insured. cbs 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts explains what you need to do to minimize your losses. >> reporter: he is trying to stay one step ahead of the storm. a decision don fielding hopes to pay off. >> i thought it was cleaner than it is. >> reporter: with powerful storms expected to pound streets and tear up trees it's time for homeowners to be pro- active. >> best advice is to make sure your home is ready for the next storm. >> reporter: an insurance industry spokesman says if you expect your insurance to cover storm damage, your insurance company expects to you put in some prep work. >> one of the things you have to remember is that an insurance policy is not a maintenance policy. >> reporter: sow you should be cleaning gutters checking windows for leaks and lowering the water level in your pool. clear obstructions around your property so water can flow around and not through it. >> if you start filing claims like every rainstorm, that starts to raise red flags. >> reporter: with precaution in
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place a standard homeowners' policy should cover storm damage to your home or land but there is one important exception. water damage. while they will cover leaks from the rain above, home insurance policies don't coverage water from damage from below. even if the water comes from a rain-swollen creek. for that you will need flood insurance. but he says if you don't already have it, it's too late. flood insurance has a 30-day waiting period to kick in. >> even if you bought it today, it just isn't available for you. >> even using the word "flood" could get you denied when you try file a claim so julie says choose your words carefully. and to cover storm damage to your car you have to have a comprehensive car insurance policy and if you have a problem or question, call our hotline 1-888-5-helps-u and volunteers are there right now to help you out. all right. lawrence, my in-laws flew into
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san francisco for a beautiful weekend and it's raining. >> we are seeing tremendous amounts of rain around the bay area and some places getting near 8" of rain and we may go through that in the santa cruz mountains. the heaviest rainfall is shifting further south. you can see still strong cells moving on through. livermore toward pleasanton where you saw some of the flooding early on. still looking at some strong storms and flash floodwatch in effect. urban and small stream flood advisory in most of the bay area until 2:30 in the afternoon. could still see a rise in many of the creeks and local streams. we are expecting the russian river to crest monday slightly below flood stage a food or two below but if the forecasts are wrong for the rainfall that could easily go above flood
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stage. we'll have to watch it that closely. outside ominous skies there and the accident it looks like more rain in the afternoon although it will taper off toward showers still breezy. more scattered showers through saturday. storm three night into sunday and more rain could cause into flooding concerns. this is a slow-moving storm taking the whole night to get through and now it's just beginning to see the back side of it. so finally going to see most of the rainfall move out. turning towards showers. hit-and-miss showers through the better part of saturday and overnight on saturday night into sunday here comes another one and this is another strong storm dropping in. and boy, it is going to send the rivers up once again all the creeks and the local streams so we could very well see more flooding. the high country winter weather advisory continues in lake tahoe area. looking at snow above 7,000 feet maybe upwards of 3 feet. and very strong gusty wind in the high country, as well. as we look out over the next
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seven days, the rain is going to taper off to showers this afternoon. showers continuing on saturday. another strong storm saturday night into sunday. come monday we finally catch a break. tuesday and wednesday more showers. your snow report. it's tough getting up there no getting around that. 6" of new snow in heavenly and more to come throughout the weekend. kirkwood 8" of sno. snow level high at 7,000 feet. squaw valley more snow today. and you have to be careful this weekend. the rain will continue to come down. the ground is already saturated so it doesn't take much to get flooding in the bay area. >> there is snow in tahoe. >> lots of snow. >> take a look at that. the wind and snow. >> now, that's not even fun to ski in. >> you don't go skiing in those blizzard conditions. >> right now you're sitting at the bar saying can have a hot mocha, please? >> by tomorrow they will be fine as long as they're up
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there. >> did you have lunch? >> no. >> were scorpions and beetles part of your breakfast? >> maybe lunch . >> surprise little, some people say these guys should be part of your meals. >> yummy. >> looks delicious. >> this is a health food movement and it has a few legs behind it too. >> look at that. scorpion on a doughnut, yummy. ,,,, ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing a brand new medicare prescription drug plan. it's called the aarp medicarerx saver plus plan from unitedhealthcare. and it's for people who want the lowest part d premium
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time to cook with tony tantillo with a recipe for lemon chicken. today for tony's table i have special guests from italy. how are you? >> very well, tony. >> good to see you. how about you? >> my husband. thank you for having us. the more you cook, the more the food will make you reach. >> i love that. >> let's talk about what's in this. >> this is just garlic, chicken, rosemary, sage, dry, no fresh because when it's dry the flavor is stronger. then we're searing the chicken, then a glass of wine on the chicken. just before we serve, a squeeze of lemon juice. plate, serve, genuine and
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simple. >> this is beautiful. from italy to your table. can't get better. bye, everybody. >> it could be more beautiful if it was right here. >> no kidding! my stomach is growling. >> all right. >> we'll be right back. stay right there. secret that the price of things s no just keeps going up. [ female announcer ] but we have some good news. it's our bunice promise. [ male announcer ] a price you can definitely count on, for two whole years. from at&t. [ female announcer ] a great price for a great triple-play bundle. [ male announcer ] call now. bundles with u-verse tv, internet and home phone start at $89 a month. now get the same great price for two years. [ female announcer ] switch today and get a total home dvr included, free for life. [ male announcer ] you get reliable, high speed internet on our advanced digital network. choose from speeds up to 24 megs. [ female announcer ] and with u-verse tv you can record four shows at once on your total home dvr and play them back in any room. [ male announcer ] so call now. u-verse triple-play bundles start at $89 a month. now get the same great price for two years. [ female announcer ] with a total home dvr included, free for life. [ male announcer ] it's a triple-play bundle that's hard to beat.
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injuries. the new program working to get patients baco heir lives... they are the most common costly injuries around hand and wrist injuries. the new program working to get patients back to work and back to their lives. that's coming up at 5:00. and the white house holiday
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decoration already have one big fan, the first dog. beau big dog inspecting every room taking in all the lights, wreaths and trees. this year's theme is joy to all, and the first lady says it celebrates the many joys of the holiday season. beau must agree especially when he saw the huge likeness of himself. ♪ [ music ] >> i thought that was a fire hydrant. [ laughter ] >> beau approved. that's good. >> scorpions, crickets, some other insects inching their way into american diets. >> i don't know. it gives me the goosebumps. a surprising new health food trend. restaurants like this one in santa monica are serving patrons bugs. yup. on purpose. you ask why? well, apparently they are healthy. they are high in protein, low in fat and low in cholesterol. bugs are part of the daily diet in some parts of the country and even the world health organization has suggested that bugs might be a good solution to world hunger. >> i don't know why the united states doesn't eat insects. they are healthy for you.
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>> well, you want some numbers now? a 6-ounce serving of crickets has 60% less saturated fat than the same amount of ground beef but then you're also eating crickets instead of a cow, by the way. >> did you hear that sound? that was my stomach grumbling. that looks so good. [ laughter ] >> that looks so tasty. >> does it really? >> yeah, wonderful. >> give us an update one last shot of weather here. we have round 2 and round 3 this weekend. >> it's all about the rain. high-def doppler radar showing you that rain still making its way through the bay area. now folks seeing it further south in the santa cruz mountains already seeing 7"-plus rain more on the way and more storms expected this weekend going to be windy and wet especially late saturday night and sunday. >> so that trip to the beach this week? >> not such a good idea. >> postpone that. >> thanks, lawrence. thank you for watching. that's it for cbs 5 news at noon. have a great afternoon. bundle up over the weekend, folks. but the slopes up at the sierra doing well. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com ,,,,,,
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>> liam: so there's something i need to know? i'm right here. what is it? >> bill: (whispering) i didn't realize katie was in there with him. >> steffy: (whispering) that was very sweet, them napping together. >> bill: (sighs) >> steffy: it's great that they're finally reunited. >>l:

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